Erasing Aaron Hernandez from the University of Florida

A small but symbolic statement was made this morning when the University of Florida removed a memorial brick with Aaron Hernandez’s Gator legacy on it.

Aaron Hernandez Brick Removal

Picture Courtesy of Professor Ted Spiker

Picture Courtesy of Julie Quittner, Gator Television Network

Picture Courtesy of Julie Quittner, Gainesville Television Network

As you would imagine under the circumstances Gator Nation is quite conflicted when it comes to the Aaron Hernandez case. Although the public evidence points to guilty or at least some serious involvement in a young man’s death, there has been no conviction. Leave some comments. Continue the discussion.

Was it too soon for the University of Florida to remove Aaron Hernandez's Memorial Brick?

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3 Responses to Erasing Aaron Hernandez from the University of Florida

  1. Gator Engineer says:

    This hasn’t even gone to trial yet. This just perpetuates the deterioration of “innocent until proven guilty”

  2. junior says:

    Because of liberalism, no one in our once great nation is innocent until prove guilty by a jury of his/hers peers … example: ray “D’ Slasher” lewis and more recently “white hispanic George Zimmerman – even juror B29 said so.

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